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The genes of extinct species, unidentified, were found in Melanesian DNA, ( NATURAL BLACK BLONDES ) the population is located in the South Pacific

Melanesian Unic People photo: PinterestThe genes of extinct species, unidentified, were found in Melanesian DNA, the population is located in the South Pacific.According to new research, this species did not belong to Neanderthal or denisovan, but co...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 28, 2016

Ranking of countries with the healthiest people

In a study published in the medical journal The Lance was revealed the top countries with the healthiest population.The research, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was driven largely by the United Nations.,, The study started after a...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 28, 2016

Inexorable rise of human population pressures in Africa

I’ve been a bit mad preparing for an upcoming conference, so I haven’t had a lot of time lately to blog about interesting developments in the conservation world. However, it struck me today that my preparations provide ideal material for...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 31, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVIII

Another six biodiversity cartoons for your midday chuckle & groan. There’s even one in there that takes the mickey out of some of my own research (see if you can figure out which one). See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodive...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 25, 2016

My journey in settlement scaling

I am posting today from beautiful Santa Fe, NM. I am here to attend a meeting of our working group on settlement scaling in the ancient world. Our article on scaling at Inka sites was accepted by the Journal of Archaeological Science, and it was post...
by Wide Urban World on Aug 9, 2016

Keeping India’s forests

I’ve just returned from a short trip to the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) in Bangalore, Karnataka, one of India’s elite biological research institutes. I was invited to give a series of seminars (you can see the titles he...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 8, 2016

Current Affairs July 2016 with Top 50 Question and Answer

Current Affairs July 2016 with Top 50 Question and Answer Current Affairs of July 2016- In This post we included the top 50 Question and Answer related to National and International latest events and news of July 2016 Current Affairs. Read Below July...
by gkquestionbank on Aug 1, 2016

Current Affairs July 2016. Top 50 Question and Answer.

Current Affairs July 2016. Top 50 Question and Answer. Current Affairs of July 2016- In This post we included the top 50 Question and Answer related to National and International latest events and news of July 2016 Current Affairs. Read Below July 20...
by gkquestionbank on Aug 1, 2016

Mongolia travel guide

Mongolia is a beautiful country, but it is very isolated as it is landlocked between two vast countries, Russia and China, and a large part of it is very inhospitable, with the Gobi desert in the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit...
by Travel on Jul 15, 2016

See big picture: Who is who in Christainity

By 2050, Protestantism is projected to rise to slightly more than half of the world’s total Christian population. There are more than 900 million Protestants worldwide, among approximately 2.4 billion … Continue reading →...
by INVESTMENT AT END TIMES on Jul 13, 2016

Britain’s population growth dilemma

Britain faces a bit of a conundrum at the moment. Actually it faces several, as you may have noticed, but there’s one that I don’t think has been articulated very often. That’s the problem of population, and its connection to the he...
by Make Wealth History on Jul 11, 2016

Buying time

Originally published in the Otago Daily Times by Tom McKinlay — If we don’t act soon, the world we leave our children will be in a sorry state indeed, leading Australian scientist Prof Corey Bradshaw tells Tom McKinlay. Prof Corey Bradsha...
by Conservation Bytes on Jun 26, 2016

Innovative Loft Bed With Desks For Space Optimization In Small Bedrooms

Loft bed with desks and drawers incorporated into them, are great ways to save bedroom floor space. As population levels are rising in the cities, land prices are soaring to the skies. Space is something very precious and most of us try and save as m...
by Interior Decor Tips on Jun 18, 2016

What immigration means for Australia’s climate-change policies

After dipping my foot into the murky waters of human population demography a few years ago, I’m a little surprised that I find myself here again. But this time I’m not examining what the future of the global human population might be and...
by Conservation Bytes on Jun 11, 2016

24.88 crore families in India: Just 3.12 crore or 31.2 million Muslim families, yet such worries about increasing population of Muslims!

The latest Census report has revealed that there are 24.88 crore or 248 million families in India.Among these 24.88 crore families, just 3.12 crore families are Muslim. There are 20.24 crore Hindu families.There are 63 lakh Christian families 41 lakh...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on May 21, 2016

20.88 crore families in India. Just 3.12 Muslim crore or 31.2 million families, yet such worries about increasing population of Muslims!

The latest Census report has revealed that there are 20.88 crore or 208 million families in India.Among these 20.88 crore families, just 3.12 crore families are Muslim. There are 20.24 crore Hindu families.There are 63 lakh Christian families 41 lakh...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on May 21, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVII

Another six biodiversity cartoons because I have a full-on month of lecturing. I’ll call this one the ‘over-population’ issue. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under:...
by Conservation Bytes on May 18, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVII

Another six biodiversity cartoons because I have a full-on month of lecturing. I’ll call this one the ‘over-population’ issue. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under:...
by Conservation Bytes on May 18, 2016

Shadow of ignorance veiling society despite more science communication

I’ve been thinking about this post for a while, but it wasn’t until having some long, deep chats today with staff and students at Simon Fraser University‘s Department of Biological Sciences (with a particular hat-tip to the lovely...
by Conservation Bytes on Apr 19, 2016

Shadow of ignorance veiling society despite more science communication

I’ve been thinking about this post for a while, but it wasn’t until having some long, deep chats today with staff and students at Simon Fraser University‘s Department of Biological Sciences (with a particular hat-tip to the lovely...
by Conservation Bytes on Apr 19, 2016


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